Cruise Hotel

Address: 11, ul, Novgorod, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 11, ul, Novgorod, is near The Kremlin, Bolshaia Pokrovskaia Street, Chkalov Staircase, and Chkalov Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Novgorod

Down by the riverside

A travel blog entry by stapes on Sep 04, 2014

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... a banya (ok, relatable) and ends up accidentally catching a flight to St Petersburg and falls in love with the girl who owns the flat of the same address, which he breaks into thinking it's his (the joke being that Soviet architecture wasn't very imaginative so the same flats, with the same locks in the same streets were built in every city). I would come to agree with this more and more later on with every new city along the railway, that did begin to run into one another.
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Stage 18 to Gorki

A travel blog entry by housi.muller on Aug 11, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... together and the fact we had a common language. They are from Italy, Spain and Algeria .

The city I am in now, is the 5th largest one in Russia, with 1.25 million people. It is along the river Wolga, my first impression: very beautiful.
Had not a chance yet to make pic at daylight, looks nice at night too.

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An Unexpected Holiday

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 12, 2014

7 photos

... place and rings built for boxing. At the far end of the plaza, several local leaders addressed the crowd from a large stage. Just across from them, participants were racing their makeshift soapbox derby cars. There was a lot going on and we spent the rest of the afternoon amongst our Russian cohorts celebrating the irony that is Russia Day. 13 June 2014: There was reason for a more personal celebration this morning. It wasn't raining. ...

Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia Day Celebrations

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jun 11, 2014

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6/11/2014

Arriving in Nitzney the first course of action was to purchase train tickets to Perm. This time we went rogue and tried to use the mysterious red machines that people seem avoid, instead of the ticket window. Jamie waited in the window queue, while I attempted to navigate the machine. While in the much shorter queue for the machine, I spoke with a young Russian woman in English. I asked if we could purchase tickets ...

Birch Beatings at the Banya

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 26, 2014

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... ring of medieval churches around the old market square.

More recently, during WW II, the front line actually stopped at Novgorod for 2.5 years! At the start of the war there were 30 000 residents of the town but by the end only 139.

She also gave us her own opinion about the Crimea situation. Her English was excellent and she said she got lots of updates from BBC, NBC, etc, so was appalled at the bias in the media ...